The refugee story is not a single monolithic narrative. Within the population of the hundreds of women and children who currently live in or previously were served by Homs League Abroad’s five centers in three countries, there are a huge range of stories of their pasts, present, and futures.
Making Change Making Change Making Change With the support of generous donors like you, this whole year has been busy with new projects, and expansions of old!
Syrian Orphans Need Our Help Dinner Benefit for Syrian Orphans February 29, 2020 @ 6:00 PM
In just over five years, the Homs League Abroad project that supports Syrian widows and orphans has provided shelter, education, and social and spiritual strengthening to over 525 individuals.
The Alalusi Foundation would like to formally invite women to volunteer for a month or a year as a mentor to teen girls who are residents of any of the Homs League Abroad homes in Tripoli, Lebanon or Amman, Jordan.Please contact us for more information.
In a survey conducted over 2017 and 2018, Humanity & Inclusion, an international NGO that provides humanitarian aid to the disabled, they reported that “60% of Syrian refugee households include a person with a disability
One of the three Homs League Abroad centers for Syrian refugee widows and children sits on the end of a cul-de-sac in the Al-Zaytoun district and near to the Al Abrar mosque, an ornate building built in 2003 with a theater available for public events. On the final evening of the Alalusi Foundation exploratory trip […]
The Al-Rahma Model School sits on a narrow backstreet in Qalamoun, a southern suburb of Tripoli, Lebanon.
Salam, 5 years old, came into the clinic on the second day of the four-day clinic series